Zack Snyder’s Justice League will be released in theaters

Batman watches a screening of Superman

Screenshot: Warner Bros.

Kevin Smith’s latest cinephile venture is set to debut with a series of talks with the director at the filmmaker’s Smodcastle Theater in New Jersey, which, when it opens in the new year, will feature an extremely rare big screen. projection of Zack The Snyder Cut of Justice League.

Smith announced the “Directly responsible: face to face with the filmmakers » series on his show Fatman on Batman in the same way Snyder’s involvement. “Zack Snyder comes in the new year, and he was like, ‘I’ve never shown Justice League in a theater once.’ So I was like ‘brother, bring it!’ “, he said about bringing the CC movie on the big screen. This will be the first time the Snyder Cut, which debuted on HBO Max, will be screened in theaters.

Recently, Smith shared his thoughts on Snyder’s casting of Henry Cavill as Superman in his video essay series for GQ Magazine YouTube. Cavill, in his view, was “Probably honestly the best looking Superman we’ve had. So easy to watch. I think Henry is a wonderful actor. I think he’s just great in the role. Absolutely wonderful.” Smith continued, “You know, his Superman, really, his Clark Kent was very different from previous versions of Clark Kent. I love what Zack Snyder did with Steel man and [Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice]. Superman, of course, also controversially broke General Zod’s neck, that I didn’t quite understand Why it was controversial, considering in Superman 2 General Zod is also killed in the Fortress of Solitude. Presumably, they left his body there. So when people were like, ‘Hey man, that’s not Superman’, I was like, ‘I don’t know, Superman was killing people in the 70s and the 80s as well.”

See more of the GQ video below:

Kevin Smith criticizes Batman and Superman in the movies | QG


Want more io9 news? Find out when to wait for the last wonder and star wars versions, what’s next for the DC Universe in Film and TVand everything you need to know about Dragon House and The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power.

Comments are closed.